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BlueDayLabs: Low Cost Raspberry PI NAS

BlueDayLabs: Low Cost Raspberry PI NAS | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
I have been excited about playing around with a Raspberry PI and I had some free time so I purchased a unit. I bought a Raspberry PI model B along with some accessories from Adafruit Industries. Adafruit tests the ...
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DIY farming with Arduino and Atmel

DIY farming with Arduino and Atmel | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Steve Spence - an organic aquaponic farmer living in South Carolina - uses pond water to irrigate his vegetables. Monitoring the delicate balance between water and soil is absolutely critical, and ...
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Digital Clock with Arduino and DS1307

Digital Clock with Arduino and DS1307 | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
In this article you will learn how to make a digital clock using Arduino and the DS1307 RTC IC. What is DS1307 IC actually? Well, it is a Real Time Clock ( (Digital Clock with Arduino and DS1307: In this article you will learn how to make a digit...
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Cheap Interchangeable Lenses For The Raspberry Pi Camera Module | Raspberry Pi Spy

Cheap Interchangeable Lenses For The Raspberry Pi Camera Module | Raspberry Pi Spy | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

I discovered on eBay that you could buy lenses designed to be attached to a mobile phone. They cost £6.99 and included a wide angle, fish eye and macro lens so I decided to take a gamble and order a set...

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PrivateEyePi – a DIY home alarm system | Raspberry Pi

PrivateEyePi – a DIY home alarm system | Raspberry Pi | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

PrivateEyePi is an open, configurable, automatable home alarm system that you can build and program yourself. Its maker (identified only as “Gadjet Nut”) has documented the whole system minutely and provides parts lists and pricing; wiring schematics; and all the code you’ll need. You can use motion detectors, or switches attached to doors, or a mixture of the two. There are instructions on adding cameras to the setup, and you can even add a temperature gauge to check on whether your central heating’s working when you’re away. You’ll be able to monitor everything via your computer or smart phone.

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Using the Ciseco SRF with the TinyTX | nathan.chantrell.net

Using the Ciseco SRF with the TinyTX | nathan.chantrell.net | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
TinyTX3 with Ciseco SRF radio I've been meaning to get round to this for a while. I bought one of Ciseco's SRF transceivers when they first came out in
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Using Scratch controlling Raspberry Pi GPIO Remotely

Using Scratch controlling Raspberry Pi GPIO Remotely | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
One thing that I'd completely forgotten about is that the Scratch GPIO handler program can be run with a parameter of an LAN IP address. What this means is that you can run Scratch on your desktop ...
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How to get to grips with your Raspberry Pi's command line interface

How to get to grips with your Raspberry Pi's command line interface | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Unleash your Raspberry Pi's full power without using the mouse (Tutorial: How to get to grips with your Raspberry Pi's command line interface

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Charlotte, the hexapod with 3D vision

Charlotte, the hexapod with 3D vision | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Charlotte's chassis comes from as a kit, but the stock electronics are based on an Arduino - not something for a robot that needs to run computer vision apps.
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Add Ardunio-Powered Brake Lights and Turn Signals to Your Bike

Add Ardunio-Powered Brake Lights and Turn Signals to Your Bike | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Whether you're biking or driving, everyone has to share the road, and the goal for everyone is to get where you're going in one piece.
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How To - Traffic Light Project w/ Netduino.

Thank you for watching. I used the program Visual Studios and the code is written in C#. You may copy the code. Enjoy :) Make sure you input the spaces neede...
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1 year later | Tindie

1 year later | Tindie | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
What started as a question on Reddit, has become a global business. With this first year behind us, we wanted to share some of our data, and a look back on a great year.
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Code and Life – Minimal PS/2 Keyboard on ATtiny2313

Code and Life – Minimal PS/2 Keyboard on ATtiny2313 | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

Because in this project I was only interested in sending one keypress (and key release in order not to jam the spacebar down), I chose to ignore any communication from PC to the keyboard. Therefore only basic operation that I needed to implement was “send a byte over PS/2″. Turns out this is rather easy: Keyboard generates clock pulses and in the middle of “high” clock period, data line is toggled, as PC reads data when clock goes from high to low state. Before 8 bits, a start bit (0) is sent, and after the byte, there’s and end bit (1) and parity bit (0/1 depending if the byte contained even or odd odd or even number of ones).

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Raspberry Pi, now in a Mini-ITX form factor - Hack a Day

Raspberry Pi, now in a Mini-ITX form factor - Hack a Day | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Shown above is a fairly simple Raspberry Pi setup. There's the Raspi itself, a 2.5" hard drive, a USB hub, GPIO expansion, and wireless and Bluetooth adapters. Throw in the power supplies for all these devices, and you've ...
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Computing.

Computing. | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
RaspberryPi Arduino Webcam laser range finder (RaspberryPi Arduino Webcam laser range finder http://t.co/tRGX4lmdAx)
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Power to the people: the democratization of engineering - EDN.com

Power to the people: the democratization of engineering - EDN.com | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Power to the people: the democratization of engineering
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Open-source design wins for Atmel include the Agent Smart Watch, prototyped on an Atmel SAM7X-powered Netduino open-source electronics board.
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Raspberry Pi camera attached to a microscope

A Lensman microscope is attached to a Raspberry Pi camera. This is what I found. The moving images from a drop of water show Frank & Herbert swimming about. The…
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Temperature and Humidity Sensor Module for the Netduino GO! - Silverlight Developer

Temperature and Humidity Sensor Module for the Netduino GO! - Silverlight Developer | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Building a temperature and humidity sensor module for the Netduino GO!
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Using a cheap OOK radio with the TinyTX | nathan.chantrell.net

Using a cheap OOK radio with the TinyTX | nathan.chantrell.net | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
TinyTX with OOK radio Going the opposite way to the last post this is a version of the TinyTX wireless sensor node using a very cheap radio setup. I first
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Hacker Highlights: Kevin's Arduino DAQ

Hacker Highlights: Kevin's Arduino DAQ | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Kevin Hughes, whom I had the pleasure to meet while we were both presenting our respective work in India a few months ago, has created a nifty Arduino-based data acquisition system. Check it out fo...
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Raspberry Pi Nixie Tube Clock (IN-12) Prototype

This is a prototype of my latest Nixie Tube project, now using a Raspberry Pi as the controller. I have four IN-12 tubes, four K155ID drivers, and two 74HCT5...

 


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Arduino Isn’t Just For Hackers ← Paul M Furley

Arduino Isn’t Just For Hackers ← Paul M Furley | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
In 2009 I introduced JF Machines Ltd to Arduino and they haven't looked back! Arduino as an industrial success.
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Hexapoduino: tiny hexapod 3D printed, Arduino controlled

Hexapoduino: tiny hexapod 3D printed, Arduino controlled | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
A few time ago, i found out a 3d printed Micro-Hexapod on Thingiverse. I started to work on it in the following ways: - create new accessories/compone... (Hexapoduino: tiny hexapod 3D printed, #Arduino controlled.
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RFID Cat Flap using an Arduino | GeekBoy.it

RFID Cat Flap using an Arduino | GeekBoy.it | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

Introducing the RFID Cat Flap! The cat-flap for folk who dislike other peoples cat’s coming in their house. It’s created by an Instructables user called ‘Landmanr’.

Using an Arduino, some wire, a standard domestic cat and a few other bits and pieces he created a cat flap that only opens up for his cat (or any other cat that’s clever enough to steal the RFID tag from his cat’s collar)

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» From PWM to voltage JeeLabs

» From PWM to voltage JeeLabs | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

The Arduino library has always had an “analogWrite()” function, even though the ATmega doesn’t have any way to generate a varying voltage. So why the name?

Well, what most microcontrollers can do is generate a pulse-width modulated signal, also known as PWM. That’s just a fancy way of saying that the microcontroller periodically generates a pulse, of which the width can be varied under software control.

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